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XIII. 223

- XIII. 547

XII. 485.

staff tipped with horn. IV. 554. ftatua. XII. 303, 338.
stage. IV. 188.

ftatuas. X. 594.
ftaged, XII. 574.

statutes. XV. 306.
ftaggers. VI. 264.

staves. X. 669.

stay. VIII. 58.
ftain. VI. 1950

stay upon. XII. 427.

ftead. XIII. 481.
ftair. XIV.
434.

ftem. XII. 88.
ftale. III. 132,

ftem to ftern. XIII. 528.
... VII. 231.

fternage. IX. 348.

ftewards chains. IV. 63.
ftalk. IV. 452.

ftewed prunes. IV. 223.

VIII. 528.
stalking horse. VI. 166.
ftamp of fairies. V. 91.

IX. 86.
ftand. VII. 131.

stews. IX.

530.
stand at guard. IV. 207. sticking place. VII. 395.
ftand empty. XI. 251.

stickler. XI.

445.
ftand him. VI. 431.

ftigmatical. VII. 274.
ftand in a report.

ftigmatick. X. 192, 268.
ftand in bold cure. XV. 457.

stile. III. 338.
stand off. IX. 323.

till. X. 640.
stand on. III. 369.
ftand putting on. XV. 477. stilly founds. IX. 398.
standard. III.

ftint. XI. 33.
95.
ftanding bowl. XIII. 464.

XIII. 346, 556.
ftands upon. VIII. 263.

ftinted. XIV. 357.
X. 616.

ftints. XI. 386, 660.
XII. 225, 461. Atithy. XI. 397.
Stanley, Thomas, lord, X. 487.
ftannyel. IV. go.

stoccata. XIV. 448.
ftar. XV. 62.

stock. III. 240.
ftark. XIII. 168.
ftarkly. IV. 327

VI. 476.
ftate. IV. 84.

stocks. XIV. 102.
ftomach. III. 22, 182,

IX. 177

XIII. 317:

'- XV. 179.

IV.

22.

V. 284.
VII. 474.
VIII. 471.

IV. 442.
XI. 148, 397

- IX. 220, 222.
ftate caps.

V.

329.
state of law. VIII. 233.
ftates, XIII. 121.
ftation. XII. 533

- XV. 226.
ftatift, XII. 83.
ftatists. XV. 326.
ftatua. III. 275,

stomachs. IX. 534.
ftone bow. IV. 8.4.
ftood. XII. 187.
ftood on. XII. 297-
ftoop. IV. 51.

'. IX. 407.

stop. IX. 6.

stopped. XIII. 576.
ftops. XIV. 423

ftops. XV. 206.
storm of fortunes. XV. 433.
ftover. III. 118.
ftoup. XV. 346.
straight. XV. 297.
ftrain. III. 358.

441.

- IV.

. IX. 341.
..XV. 531.

ftuffed. IV.

400.

VII. 561.
stuffed sufficiency. VII. 61.
sty. VI. 6.
style of gods. IV. 522. .
submerged. XII. 500.
subscribe. IV. 263.

XIV. 35, 193•
subscribes. XI. 387.
subscription. XIV. 146.
substance. XI. 267.
subtilty. III. 148.
suburbs. IV.

194•

strait. VIII. 182.
ftraited. VII. 148.
strange. VI. 415.

VII. 484.
- XII. 249.
XIII. 51.

XII. 293.

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success. VII. 41.
- XIV.

IX. 169.
405.

XV. 529.
ftrange beasts. VI. 160.
strange Indian. XI. 191.

successive. XIII. 253.
strangely. III. 115.

successively, IX. 203.
strangeness. XI. 301.

such. XIV. 23.
strangle. IV. 157.

sudden. VII. 529.
stratagem. IX. 9.

- XV. 474:
X. 268.

fue his livery. VIII. 558.
strawy. XI. 436.

sue my livery. VIII. 263.
ftricire. IV. 203.

fufficiency. IV: 180.
ftride a limit. XIII. 113. Suffolk, Pole, duke of. X.
ftrides. VII. 409.
strife. XI. 469.

sugar. VIII. 443.
strike. VIII. 242.

fuggeft. III. 220.
strike the vessels. XII. 519.
striker. VIII. 420.
ftrive. VI. 225.
strong. III. 158.
strong escape. VII. 301. suggested. V. 367.
strong faith. XI. 65.

suggestion. III. 72.
strumpeted. VII. 239.
stubbed. V. 536.

suggestions. V. 188.
stuck. IV. 129.

suggests. XI. 22.
fuck with cloves. V. 358. fuit. VI. 60.
studied. VII. 364.
ftudy. V. 26.
stuff. VII. 293.
stuff of the conscience. XV. suits. VIII. 376.
397.

fullen. VIII. 8.
stuff tennis balls. IV.

XV. 561,

471.

VI. 343.
VIII. 195.
XII. 77:
XV. 500.

VII. .359.

VI. 291.

- XV. 293.

XIII. 598.
fuited. V. 494.

XIV. 251.

sullen bell. IX.

15.
fum. XII.

409.
summer, bear out. IV. 27.
summer seeming. VII. 530.
summer swelling. III. 213.
fummoners. XIV. 149.
sumpter. XIV. 132.
fun of York. X. 459.
sun to sun. VIII. 305.
sunburned. IV. 439.
fuperfluous. VI. 194. •
. XIV.

203
fuperftitious. XI. 106.
suppliance. XV. 47.
fupplied. XV. 575, 576.
fupply. VIII, 166.
fupposed. IX. 203.
fupposes. VI. 541.
furcease. VII. 387.
fure. III. 276.

swell. XV. 551.
fweltered. VII. 501.
swift. IV. 467

V. 228.
...VI. 547
swinge bucklers. IX. 122.
Switzers. XV. 267.
swollen bagpipe. V. 502.
swoop. VII. 542.
sword and buckler. VIII. 407.
sword dances. XII. 562.
sword hilt. XII. 394.
sworn brother. IV. 402.

- VIII. 320, 442.
sworn brothers. IX. 398.
sworn counsel. VI. 304.
sworn rioter. XI. 564.
fwounded. XIII. 353,
fyllable. XIII. 590.

... IV. 422.
...VI. 17.
...VIII. 580.

T.

table. V. 433.

VI. 193•

sure wit. XIV.

425•
furreigned. IX. 368.
fuftaining. III. 27.
fwagger. IX. 81.
swart. VII. 261.

.. VIII. 70.
fwarth. IV. 66.

XIII. 289.
fwashing. VI. 36.
fwashing blow. XIV. 380.
swath. XI. 436, 611.
fway. IV. 90.

IX. 151.

VIII. 62.
tables. IX. 165.

XV. 81.
tabourines. XI. 398.

XII. 612.
ta'en order. XV. 635.
tag. XII. 127.
tailor. VIII.

505.
tailor cries. V. 38.
tailors. VI. 516.
taint. XIV. 24.
tainting. XV. 474.
take a house. VII. 295.
take in. VII. 160.
--. XII. 26, 139, 410,
550.

XIII. 102, 160.
take with

you. VIII. 478.
take on. X. 288.
take order. IV. 230.

XII. 262.
swaying. IX. 274;
swearing on sword. VII. 77.

.. XV. 85.
sweat. IV. 193.

XI. 452.
fweet. V.

337
sweet mouth. III. 241.
fweet Oliver. VI. 108.
sweeting. XV. 495.

me

VII. 301.

509.

X. 465.
XII. 253.

XII. 149

XI. 301.

XV. 172.

take order. X. 615.

teen. XIV. 355
take out. XV.
571.

temper. III. 247.
take reconciliation. XV.
take scorn. VI. 135.
take such order. IX. 133. temperance. III. 54.
take the earth. VIII. 304.
take the hatch. VIII. 163. tempering. IX. 182, 321, 323.
take the head. VIII, 283. Temple. IX. 566.
take thought. XII. 286. ten bones. X. 31.
take up. VI. 267.

ten commandments. X. 29.
taken with the manner. V. 193. Tenantius. XIII.

9.
VIII.

tend. X. 14.
466.
takes. XV.
23.

tender. XV. 56.
takes diet. III. 194.

tent. XII. 146.
takes on. III. 445, 459.

tercel. XI. 323.
taking. XIV. 159

termagaunt. XII. 454.
Talbot, John. IX, 634.
talent. V. 264.

terms, IV, 182.
tall. IV, 14.

tested. IV. 243.
X. 516.

testern’d. III. 178.
tall fellow. III.
319.

fetchy. X. 635.
tall man of his hands. III. 344. tether. XV. 57.

.. VII. 195. Tewkesbury mustard. IX. 98.
tallow keech. VIII. 461. tharborough. V. 192.
tame cheater. IX. 82.

that's off. XII. 84.
tame snake. VI, 139.

the. VIII. 536.
tarre. VIII, 123.

Theban. XIV. 170.

theme. XII. 466.
• XV. 128.

theorick. VI. 324.
Tartar's bow. XIV. 363.
talk. VIII. 305.
IX. 276, 301.

these. XV. 105.
talked. VIII, 559, 573.

thews. IX. 137.
talking. III. 473.

XII. 267.
taffel gentle, XIV. 409.

XV. 48.
taste your legs. IV. 102.

thick. XII. 456.
tattered. VIII. 171.
Taurus snow. V. 98.

thick as tale. VII. 354.
tawdry lace. VII. 139. thick pleached. IV. 418.
tawny coats. IX. 529.

thick ikin. III. 464.
taxation. VI. 18.

thill horse. V.431.
tear a cat. V.
24.

thin helm, XIV. 255.
Tearsheet. IX, 68.

thin potations. IX. 182.
teen. III. 15.

thing of nothing. XV. 248.
- X, 611.

thing of nought. V. 137.

XI. 272.

IX. 273•
XV. 382.

-

XIII. 107;

[blocks in formation]

X1. 95:

O

VI. 134.

... XII. 288.
though. XIV. 400.
thought. IV. 75.

VII. 478.
XII. 606.

XV. 279
thought executing. XIV. 144.
thrasonical. V. 302.
thread. III. 114.

... XIV. 88.
thread the gates. XII. 119.
three hooped pots, X. 139.
three man beetle. IX. 39.
three men song. IV. 59.
three pile. VII. 109.
three piled. V. 339.
three fuited. XIV. 91.
thrift. XIII. 190.
throes. XII. 554
throftle. V. 81.
.... V.

410,
thrum. III. 448.
....V. 160.
thumb ring. XIV. 372.
thunders tone. XII, 265.
thwart. XIV. 71.
Cib. XIII. 367.
tick tack, IV. 202.
tickle. IV, 200.

VII. 113

tike. XIV. 182.
cilly fally. IX. 81.
tilly vally. IV. 60.
tilth. IV. 321,
time. XI. 266.
timeless. VIII. 301.

- IX. 657.

XIII. 298.
timely parted. X. 104.
tinctures. XII, 303,
tire. X. 227.

XIII. 125

XV. 459:
tire valiant. III, 416.
tired. V. 269.

VII. 10.
tiring. XI. 568.
'ris much. IX. 616.
Titania. V.

39.
to. XIII. 559.
. - XIV. 346.
- - XV. 155.
to her. XIII. 103.
to that. VII. 330.
toads. XI. 303.
toadstone. VI. 38.
toasting iron. VIII. 148.
toasts and butter. VIII, 551.
tods. VII. 112.
toged. XV. 382.
tokened. XII. 556.
toll. VI. 363
tolling. IX. 197.
tomb of tears. XI. 133.
tomboys. XIII. 56.
tongs. V. 120.
too fine. VI. 371.
too late. X. 287, 559,
too much. III. 80.
too much i'the fun. XV. 30.
too much proved. XV. 155.
tooth pick. VIII. 20.
top. XIV. 34.
top gallant. XIV. 434.
topless. XI. 256.
topple. VII. 566.

. X. 15;

tickie brain. VIII.

473.
tickle catastrophe. IX. 51.
tickled in the sere. XV. 121.
tide. III. 204.
tidy. IX. 97
tight. XII. 599.
vightly. III. 338.
like. IX, 309.

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